And after spending in the region of £35m in deals which have seen a total of nine players arrive through the John Smith’s doors, the head coach maintains he wants to assess his newly-assembled squad before making any more summer purchases.
When asked about any potential deals being concluded this week, particularly a move for Barnsley defender Andy Yiadom, Town’s boss was adamant no business would be done in the foreseeable future.
“I think the next two or three weeks will be a case of having a look at own players and team before making any further additions or business,” insisted David Wagner.
“Sometimes a player may surprise you in pre-season – they may make big steps in pre-season in a position you thought you needed to strengthen.
“Then perhaps you do not have to because you have found a solution from your own squad.”
Wagner takes his Huddersfield Town side to Germany tomorrow evening to face 2.Bundesliga side SV Sandhausen (kick-off 6pm local time) before travelling to Oakwell to face Barnsley on Saturday, July 22 (4pm kick-off).